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Rick and his crew may be taking the fight to Negan, but have they underestimated the as-yet unseen villain?
The "Batman v Superman" director says his film has a "pretty good" Batman; "X-Men: Apocalypse's" Olivia Munn talks "lethal" Psylocke and more.
Executive producer David Alpert explained the "barbaric logic" behind Negan's actions and what separates him from the show's other villains.
Executive producer Scott Gimple explained that, while there's a build up to Negan's arrival, "you might even see him next episode."
Laura Vandervoort compares "Smallville's" Supergirl to the current one; "X-Men's" Lana Condor opens up about Jubilee and more.
Rick proposes his people take the fight to Negan's doorstep before war erupts in Alexandria.
Last week's emphasis on quiet moments and negotiations carries over to tonight, a calm before the storm of Negan and his Saviors.
It's been confirmed that we'll meet Negan at the end of the season, but tonight saw the introduction of another antagonist from the comics. SPOILERS!
Paul Wernick reveals how they cracked the "Deadpool" script; Norman Reedus' prank war with Andrew Lincoln involves chickens and more.
Rick, Michonne and the rest of Alexandria will meet Negan in the final episode of Season 6, and it's not going to be a pretty introduction.
Chadwick Boseman talks about his Wakanda accent; Geoff Johns compares Patty Jenkins to "Superman" director Richard Donner and more.
"No Way Out," "The Walking Dead's" midseason premiere, pulled in more than 20 million viewers over a period of three days.
According to Andrew Lincoln, the last scene of "The Next World" looked a lot different in the script than it did in the episode.
"BvS" will run a bit longer than "Man of Steel"; Scott M. Gimple discusses last night's "Walking Dead" revelation and more.
Jesus introduces Rick and his group of survivors to a whole new world in this tense promo for next week's "Walking Dead" episode.
Last night, a character made a short, not entirely surprising return to the series for a poignant scene.
A new player has entered the world of "The Walking Dead," while several existing characters are experiencing a new outlook on life.
In a surprisingly lighthearted episode, "The Walking Dead" jumps ahead to focus on leisure, camaraderie and even a little bit of comedy.
A new teaser trailer for "Fear the Walking Dead" proves that the group's "safe harbor" isn't quite as safe as they expected it to be.
AMC's series is teasing the arrival of a familiar character from the comic (Negan?), along with a twist readers of the series won't see coming.
Fans want Ryan Reynolds to host "Saturday Night Live" in character; a new part of "Batman V Superman's" score has been released and more.
Cohan discussed how the back half of season six will "open up the next level of the show" and why Maggie is better than Rick at dealing with people.
"The Walking Dead" dipped 12% from last year's midseason premiere, while "The Flash's" Earth-2 adventure fell 6% from last week.
Ryan Reynolds is walking on sunshine following "Deadpool's" opening; "Dr. Strange's" Chiwetel Ejiofor calls Baron Mordo fascinating and more.
In "The Next World," the next episode of "The Walking Dead," Rick teams up with Daryl Dixon and the rest of Rick's group is on high alert.
Riggs discussed what last night's episode means for Carl, how it affects his relationships with other characters, Negan's looming threat and more.
Kirkman described "The Next World," next week's episode, as "a very fun episode" and weighed in on a key moment from "No Way Out."
Todd McFarlane has completed "Spawn's" script; rumored Green Lantern Dan Amboyer talks "Batman v Superman" and more.
Plus, Eugene offers the pair advice, while Michonne attempts to help some of Alexandria's surviving residents.
Showrunner Scott Gimple revisits last night's big moment and hints at what lies ahead for AMC's biggest drama.
A grisly sequence plays out in the midseason premiere, just as fans have been expecting. But that doesn't make it any less shocking or effective.
On its most successful show, AMC ties up some of the season's weaker storylines and introduces a huge event from the comic series. SPOILERS!
"The Walking Dead's" Norman Reedus explains why Daryl Dixon comes back more aggressive and headstrong than ever in the back half of season six.
The "Thor" star must infiltrate the a black-market arms ring in AMC's adaptation of John le Carre’s 1993 spy novel.
Learn how "Flash's" VFX team created this season's villains; John Stephens discusses Bruce Wayne's Bat-evolution and more.
The show, tentatively titled "Geeking Out," will cover "pop culture through a fanboy lens," and premiere this summer at SDCC.
Open your eyes and see what eleven former "Walking Dead" cast members look like now in this reunion pic.
Robert Kirkman revealed that the animosity between Morgan and Carol "is only beginning" when AMC's "The Walking Dead" season six returns.
Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese wouldn't mind penning an "X-Force" movie; a major character could fall in "Thor: Ragnarok" and more.
Season one's survivors take to open waters in this quick look at the "Walking Dead" spin-off's sophomore season.